Frank Franklin II, Associated Press
Giants coach Tom Coughlin hoists the Lombardi Trophy during a celebration along with his players Michael Strahan, left, and Eli Manning.

ASHBURN, Va. — From Super Bowl to job interview. From ticker-tape parade in Manhattan to Dan Snyder's house along the Potomac River, via the Washington Redskins owner's private plane.

It's already been quite a week for Steve Spagnuolo.

Still basking in euphoria from a victory on American sport's biggest stage, the New York Giants defensive coordinator arrived in the Washington area Tuesday to interview for the Redskins' coaching vacancy. No audition tape was necessary; the defense's performance in Sunday's 17-14 upset of the New England Patriots pretty much speaks for itself.

"I think they're pretty good," Snyder said, making a rare public comment on the coaching search.

Two days after the Giants won the title with a 17-14 victory that ended the New England Patriots' perfect season, fans gathered at City Hall Park after a ticker-tape parade to watch their team get the keys to the city.

Eli Manning, the MVP of the Super Bowl, said the team was proud to "bring the championship back to New York City."

"It's been an unbelievable journey," he said.

Manning and Michael Strahan were joined by the entire Giants organization in a parade through the "Canyon of Heroes" before hundreds of thousands of fans, many decked out in Giants blue, to celebrate one of the city's great sports triumphs.